We are providing NCERT Solutions for class 12 Physics chapter 15 pdf to help students to prepare for competitive exams as well as the class 12th board exam. NCERT class 12 physics solutions for chapter 15 Communication System covers topics like the different methods we use to communicate with people all around the world and the different kinds of modulation and more. That is why here we have the class 12 NCERT Solutions for Physics chapter 15 so that students can learn all the textbook questions properly and cross check them with the solutions.

The NCERT solutions is one of the best tool to prepare physics for class 12. Communication System is a crucial chapter in CBSE class 12. Students must prepare this chapter well to score well in their examination. The NCERT Solutions Class 12 Physics Communication System is given below so that students can understand the concepts of this chapter in depth.

**Q.1: For beyond – the – horizon communication, which of the following frequencies will be suitable using sky waves?**

**(1) 10 kHz**

**(2) 10 MHz**

**(3) 1 GHz**

**(4)Â 1000 GHz**

**Soln:**

**(2) 10 MHz**

The signal waves needs to travel a large distance for beyond – the – horizon communication.

Because of the antenna size the 10 kHz signals cannot be radiated efficiently.

The 1 GHz â€“ 1000 GHz (high energy) signal waves penetrate the ionosphere.

The 10 MHz frequencies get reflected easily from the ionosphere. Therefore, for beyond – the – horizon communication signal waves of 10 MHz frequencies are suitable.

**Q.2: Frequencies in the UHF range normally propagate by means of :**

**(1) Ground Waves**

**(2) Sky Waves**

**(3) Surface Waves**

**(4)Â Space Waves**

**Soln:**

** (4) Space Waves**

Due to its high frequency, an ultra high frequency (UHF) wave can cannot travel along the trajectory of the ground also it cannot get reflected by the ionosphere. The ultra high frequency signals are propagated through line – of – sight communication, which is actually space wave propagation.

**Q.3: Digital signals**

**(i) Do not provide a continuous set of values**

**(ii) Represent value as discrete steps**

**(iii) Can utilize binary system**

**(iv) Can utilize decimal as well as binary systems**

**State which statement(s) are true ?**

**(a) (1), (2) and (3) **

**(b) (1) and (2) only**

**(c) All statements are true **

**(d) (2) and (3) only**

**Soln**:

**(a)** For transferring message signals the digital signals uses the binary (0 and 1) system. Such a system cannot utilise the decimal system. Discontinuous values are represented in digital signals.

**Q.4:Â ****For line – of – sight communication, is it necessary for the receiving antenna to be at the same height as that of transmitting antenna? A TV transmitting antenna is at a height of 81 m. If the receiving antenna is at ground level, how much of the service area the transmitting antenna can cover?**

**Soln:** In line â€“ of â€“ sight communication, between the transmitter and the receiver there is no physical obstruction. So, there is no need for the transmitting and receiving antenna to be at the same height.

Height of the antenna, h = 81m

Radius of earth, R = 6.4 x 10^{6}m

d = 2Rh, for range

The service area of the antenna is given by the relation :

A = nd^{2} = n(2Rh)

= 3.14 x 2 x 6.4 x 10^{6} x 81

= 3255.55 x 10^{6 }m^{2} = 3255.55 **= 3256 km ^{2}**

**Q.5: For transmitting a message signal a carrier wave of peak voltage 12v is used. In order to have a modulation index of 75% what should be the peak voltage of the modulating signal?**

**Soln:**

Given:

Amplitude of carrier wave, A_{c} = 12v

Modulation index, m = 75% = 0.75

Amplitude of the modulating wave = A_{m}

Modulation index is given by the relation :

m = \( \frac{A_{m}}{A_{c}} \)

Therefore, A_{m} = m.A_{c}

= 0.75 x 12 **= 9v**

**Q.6: A modulating signal is a square wave, as shown in the figure.**

**The carrier wave is given by **

**(1) Sketch the amplitude modulated waveform**

**(2) What is the modulation index.**

**Soln:**

The amplitude of the modulating signal, A_{m} = 1v can be easily observed from the given modulating signal.

Carrier wave is given by, c(t) = 2 sin(8nt)

Amplitude of the carrier wave, A_{c} = 2v

Time period, T_{m} = 1s

The angular frequency of the modulating signal is given by,

\(\omega _{m} = \frac{2\pi }{T_{m}}\)= 2Ď€ rad s^{-1}Â Â Â Â Â Â Â …(1)

The angular frequency of carrier signal, \(\omega _{c} = 8\pi \) rad s^{-1}Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â …(2)

from eqns.(1) and (2),

we get,Â Â \(\omega _{c} = Â 4\omega _{m} \)

The modulating signal having the amplitude modulated waveform is shown in the figure:

**(2)** Modulation index, m = \( \frac{A_{m}}{A_{c}} \) = \( \frac{1}{2} \) = 0.5

**Â Q.7: For a wave having amplitude modulation, the minimum amplitude is found to be 2V and maximum aplitude is found to be 10V. Find the modulation index ****Âµ. If the minimum amplitude is 0V, what would be the value of ****Âµ?**

**Soln:**

Given,

Max. Amplitude, A_{max }= 10v

Min. Amplitude, A_{min} = 2v

For a wave, modulation index Âµ, is given by :

Âµ = \( \frac{A_{max} – A_{min}}{A_{max} + A_{min}} \)

= \( \frac{10 – 2}{10 + 2} \) = \( \frac{8}{12} \) = 0.67

If A_{min} = 0,

Then,

Âµ = \( \frac{A_{max}}{ A_{min}} \) = 10/10 = 1

**Q.8: During the transmission of AM wave, only the upper sideband is transmitted. But, at the receiving station, generation of carrier can be done. Show that if a device is available which can multiply two signals, then it is possible to recover the modulating signal at the receiver station.**

**Soln:**Â Let, \(\omega _{c} \) be the carrier wave frequency

Signal received, V = V_{1} cos (\(\omega _{c} \) + \(\omega _{s} \))t

Instantaneous voltage of the carrier wave, V_{m} = V_{c} cos \(\omega _{c} \)t

V.V_{in} = V_{1}cos(\(\omega _{c} \) + \(\omega _{s} \))t. (V_{c} cos \(\omega _{c} \)t)

= V_{1}V_{c} [cos(\(\omega _{c} \) + \(\omega _{s} \))t . cos \(\omega _{c} \)t]

= \(\frac{V_{1} V_{c}}{ 2} \left [ cos{( \omega _{c} + \omega _{s}) t + \omega _{c}t} + cos{( \omega _{c} + \omega _{s})t – \omega _{c}t} \right ]\)

The low pass filter allows only the high frequency signals to pass through it. The low frequency signal \( \omega _{s} \) is obstructed by it.

Thus, at the receiving station, we can record the modulating signal, \( \frac{V_{1} V_{c}}{2}[\cos {(2\omega _{c} + \omega _{s})t + \cos \omega _{s} t}] \) which is the signal frequency.

The Central Board of Secondary Education is one of the most preferred educational board in the country. The CBSE follow the NCERT syllabus to conducts its class 10th and class 12th board examinations. The NCERT solutions are prepared by subject experts according to the latest syllabus of physics so that students can learn the concepts more effectively. Â The NCERT Solutions Class 12 Physics Communication System is given below so that students can understand the concepts of this chapter in depth.

Communication is the act of transmission of information. Every living creature in the world experiences the need to impart or receive information almost continuously with others in the surrounding world. Modern communication has its roots in the 19th and 20th century in the work of scientists like J.C. Bose, G. Marconi, F.B. Morse, and Alexander Graham Bell.

Electronic communication refers to the faithful transfer of information or message (available in the form of electrical voltage and current) from one point to another point. Some key points about Class 12 Physics Communication System is given below.

- Transmitter, transmission channel and receiver are three basic units of a communication system.
- Low frequencies cannot be transmitted to long distances. Therefore, they are superimposed on a high frequency carrier signal by a process known as modulation.
- Two important forms of communication system are: Analog and Digital.
- Amplitude modulated waves can be produced by application of the message signal and the carrier wave to a non-linear device, followed by a band pass filter.